‘Haven’ Has Improved Immensely, Series Finale Tonight

by on September 30, 2011

in Entertainment

Cinema Static - TV News, Movie News and other Entertainment OpinionWhen Haven first came out, I watched the first half of the first season. I liked it but it wasn’t snagging my attention enough and I faded away from Haven.

Today the Syfy channel had been airing a marathon of episodes building up tonight’s season 2 season finale.

Haven stars Emily Rose, Lucas Bryant, and Eric Balfour about some characters in a town called Haven, Maine. It started out loosely based on a Stephen King novella called “The Colorado Kid.” Characters were swapped around and changed up a bit, and went from there.

In the first season the stories were interesting but they weren’t too complicated and the simple plots didn’t keep me riveted.

OK, sure, I bailed. There, I said it.

But today about mid-day I tuned into the Syfy channel. If anything, it’s great background noise for anything you’re doing. Well, except if there’s wrestling on. But then I started watching the Haven marathon and it looks like we now have a fascinating challenge.

There’s the thing called The Trouble or Troubles, a nasty fellow trying to control everything named The Rev, played by Stephen McHattie (Immortals, 2012, Watchmen). And somewhere along the line, Jason Priestly joined/passed through the series and Adam Copeland who, it looks like, is making a great transition to TV from WWF Raw and WWE Smackdown. He’s been in Sanctuary, and now in a few episodes of Syfy’s Haven.

Haven takes place in Maine, but is filmed at the South Shore of Nova Scotia, Canada. And I like the added tension and additional angst that ‘The Rev’ and his agenda adds to the show.

There isn’t much time, but here’s a preview for tonight’s 2nd season finale of Haven.

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